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Season and interval of burning in the southern Blue Mountains, Oregon: Surface fuels

posted on 2024-06-05, 12:41 authored by U.S. Forest Service
These data document surface fuels data for a prescribed burning study with unburned controls on the Malheur National Forest in the southern Blue Mountains of Oregon. The original prescribed fires were conducted in the fall of 1997 and spring of 1998 and were repeated at two intervals, five and fifteen years. Five year interval reburns have been repeated three times (four burns total) and the fifteen year interval a single time (two burns total). These data document fuels prior to (2012) and following the last reburns including 1-hour (0 to 0.64 centimeter [cm] diameter), 10-hour (0.64 to 2.54 cm diameter), 100-hour (2.54 to 7.62 cm diameter) and 1000-hour fuels (> 7.62 cm diameter); average combined litter and duff depth; and surface fuel height.

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U.S. Forest Service


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  • environment

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Forestry, Wildland Management

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  • 005:96 - Forest Service

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  • 005:059 - Management Activities

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